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Superseded and Annulled.

Superseded and Annulled.

-(Continued from Col. \\.) Gazette-Jan. 9, 1849. DOWNMAN Charles Peach, (Jan. 5,) Birchin la, gunpowder mcht JACKSON John,(Dec 20,) Upper-court, Clifford, co. Hereford,farmer Gazette-Jan. 12, 1849. GOODA Matthew, (Jan. 11,) of Great Yarmouth, linen draper
January 13, 1849 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
AI N MICHAEL'S CHURCH—On willfD 2 tant, TWO SERMONS ta^tr, collections made towards defray! bell InnS^ recently incurr«ff in the

AI N MICHAEL'S CHURCH—On willfD 2 tant, TWO SERMONS ta^tr, collections made towards defray! bell InnS^ recently incurr«ff in the

erection of new tha ™« gating apparatus. Divine Service to commence at ix^ivS « CCOTCH CHURCH, ST. PETER'S SQCTARE—The Friends of the Established Church of rr C are n r , e SI,C^ ioformed C ?ha? the X™ .!, I ?-. Mutator the London Clate m this TO-MORROW, the "to instant—Dmne ser
January 13, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CONSECRATION OF RUNCORN PARISH CHURCH.

CONSECRATION OF RUNCORN PARISH CHURCH.

" We will not conceal the precious cross Like men ashamed ; the sun with his first smile Shall greet that symbol crowning the low pile, An-1 the fresh air of incense-breathing morn Shall wooingly embrace it. and green moss Creep round its arms through centuries unborn." The firs
January 13, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL.

LOCAL.

The Theatre Royal.—This place of entertain, ment has continued to draw good houses during the week. The Haunted Man, from Chas. Dickens' last Christmas piece, has been brought out with success, and the pantomime still continues a nightly attraction .there not much just now to cr
January 13, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DEPARTURES.

DEPARTURES.

Col. J. M. Ley, 3, Oxford Buildings, for Lincolnshire Capt. and Mrs. Frobisher and fam., 15, Lansdown Place, for Eyford Farquharson, Miss, Nelson House, for Blackheath Gilby, Bentinck D., 11th Regt., Eckington House, for Portsmouth Scholefield, Mr. C. Keeling, 3, Wellington Stre
January 13, 1849 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
I be S ° ld ' a B^eain, A HAND ™>, High DeaideTa^^foTsteelTe^ T ,A "'-iN(;'s/I\iETAirir ixrtr suitable for Quill

I be S ° ld ' a B^eain, A HAND ™>, High DeaideTa^^foTsteelTe^ T ,A "'-iN(;'s/I\iETAirir ixrtr suitable for Quill

Pen" blatk - 11 is also Pn-n.ing In k | Letcher ! Co.] WTC. BViley! Av en„l° rman '
January 13, 1849 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
TO FARMERS. Friends of Youth, aged 15, of good J. education and disposition, and whose family connexions in the county

TO FARMERS. Friends of Youth, aged 15, of good J. education and disposition, and whose family connexions in the county

are most respectable, are most desirous of placing him out to learn the business of Farming, in a situation of respectability and comfort. A moderate premium will be given. Letters are requested to be addressed to Mr. A. R. Goodday, Terling, Witham, Essex. TO COUNTRY~~ MILLERS,
January 12, 1849 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

(From the Mark Lane Express.) The following tab'e, showing the arrivals of grain, pulse, and flour, into London during the quarter ending Dec. 30, 1848, and Dec. 27, 1847, may not be without interest to our readers: 1848. 1847. Qrs. Qrs. Wheat, English 38,742 63,333 ;, Scotch 12
January 10, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEICESTER SCHOOL OF DESIGN.

LEICESTER SCHOOL OF DESIGN.

A meeting f«»r lie purpose of forwarding this most desirable object was held on Thursday veiling week, at the very hour our going to press. Tin re lia<), too, been numerous oilier meetings during (lie week, flint our coutcui|>orariea» were compelled give only brief out line ol t
January 12, 1849 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ADDRESS TO THE PROTESTANTS OF THE EMPIRE, BY THE COMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL CLUB.

ADDRESS TO THE PROTESTANTS OF THE EMPIRE, BY THE COMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL CLUB.

SKCONI* No. 11. It the practice of a err tain at the present day, to call alt political changes in a particular direction by the significant, ;.ppeli.*i ioii " progress when once this kind of change has t»em made, it set down as an axiom that it irrevocable. Whether for mod for
January 12, 1849 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England